Video by Nicholas Ammazzalorso '16
La Salle College High School students live their faith through their actions, recognize the inter-connectedness of the world, and act on their obligation to remedy injustice. Through its many poignant service programs, La Salle fosters an awareness of local and world communities and the importance of taking responsibilities on both platforms.
Over 400 Explorers "branched-out" across the greater Philadelphia area, providing a day of service to the people of Kensington, West Philadelphia, North Philadelphia, Center City and Bensalem
Students and faculty live the Lasallian Mission daily through multiple service trips throughout the school year.
As Lasallians, we will be fostering peace in our world through prayer, study and action beginning September 21 and ending on October 21st.
These 276 young men arrived from 90 different feeder schools, 32 school districts and 5 counties, in addition to New Jersey, China, and South Africa.
Over 300 Students and 50 Chaperones participated in the annual LSCHS Summer of Service.
Over 15 schools from the United States, Italy, Canada and France joined together in community at Manhattan College to learn more about the Lasallian Pillars of Faith, Service and Community.
Franklin also spoke to the children at Kenderton School, encouraging them to stay in school and chase their dreams.
For more information on the Philadelphia Urban immersion program, or any of the summer service experience, please visit www.lschs.org/summerservice.
The 6th Annual Broadway Wishes Show raised over $30,000 to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Annual La Salle Responds Initiative donated over $40,000 to some 50 different organizations this year.
Barna has been a member of La Salle Faculty and Administration in various roles since joining the La Salle Community in 1993.
Over 300 sophomores and juniors, along with their parents, gathered for the annual Commissioning Prayer Service and parent meetings for the upcoming 2018 Summer Service Immersion program.
Faith, Service and Community Week will be held April 23-27 with various events sponsored by the Office of Mission and Ministry.
The annual donation drive is organized by the De La Salle Chapter of the National Honor Society.
Community TechServe is a year-round program for skilled student volunteers from La Salle College High School that provides technology services at various educational institutions in the Philadelphia area. #LeaveToServe
The theme of this year's retreat was "Choices."
Music students performed Christmas Carols for two local organizations on Monday, December 18.
The Entire Student Body wrote letters to Santa in support of Macy's Annual "Believe" Campaign
All are invited to gather in our Advent celebrations on campus during the next four weeks.
Our students, faculty, and staff donated approximately 8,000 food items to St. Vincent's food pantry.
Items will be collected from Tuesday, November 14th through Tuesday, November 21st to benefit Saint Vincent's Parish in Germantown.
The Mass was held for the Junior Class and their Families on Sunday, November 12th.
Our recent "La Salle Responds" Initiative raised $10,500 to support our Lasallian family at Colegio de La Salle Bayamon, Puerto Rico in their hurricane recovery efforts.
Since 1979, INTERCOM Magazine has been a means to share the good news from around the Lasallian World.
Mission and Ministry kicked off it's 2018 Summer Service Immersion Program with its annual parent and student information night.
The annual clothing drive to support our Homeless Outreach Program will be held October 16-20 on campus.
275 Students and over 150 Fathers spent time at 21 different locations around the Philadelphia Area.
The Fall Explorer Magazine features an article about the first 20 years of the Kairos Program.
This Lasallian Initiative has raised over $40,000 for more than 60 different organizations.
The school collected over $5300.00 to support Lasallian communities affected by Hurricanes in Puerto Rico & Houston on Friday.
The theme for this 11th annual event is "Peace Without Limits."
The Class of 2021 also received their class ties at a prayer service and induction ceremony on September 7, 2017.
Our faculty and administration kicked off the 2017-2018 school year with a day of service in Philadelphia on Tuesday, August 29th.
Student Kairos Leaders gather on final day of classes.
Over the past eight years, close to $240,000 has been donated to various charities through this initiative.
Learn more about our various Summer Service opportunities at www.lschs.org/SummerService. #LeaveToServe
Various La Salle Faculty members shared their fondest memories of the Christian Brothers in a video shown during homeroom to the student body.
Mr. Steve Duncheskie '94, Chair of the Science Department, introduced Mr. Gillespie as part of La Salle's FSC Week Celebration.
The school community celebrated the core values of a Lasallian education with a variety of activities.
The annual meal will be hosted at La Salle on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 6:00pm.
The "La Salle Responds" Dress Down Day will be held on Friday, March 24th in support of Mwangaza College.
Founded in 2001, Community TechServe is a year-round program that provides technology services at various educational institutions in the Philadelphia area.
Over 130 members of the Class of 2018 along with members of the faculty will "Leave To Serve" once again this summer. 150 Members of the Sophomore Class will participate in Urban Immersion in Philadelphia this summer.
Over 125 students delivered presents on Christmas Eve as part of Secret Santa.
Student-led prayer services continue on Friday mornings during Advent (December 9, 2016 and again on December 16, 2016).
Students and Faculty "Leave To Serve" Visitation BVM every Tuesday after school as one of the school's Weekly Community Service trips.
Over 10,000 cans and non-perishable food items were collected by the La Salle community to benefit local families in need.
The Annual Food Drive will run November 15-22, 2016.
The deadline for applications is December 2, 2016.
When you enter La Salle College High School you become a La Salle Explorer of knowledge, while embarking on a journey to self-discovery. At first you may be in unfamiliar territory, but your travels will encourage you to grow academically, physically, and spiritually. A key part of that journey will be serving others in the school community and the one beyond the Wyndmoor campus.
Mrs. Maher, Director of Lasallian Mission and Ministry